It's still a long way off, but gamblers are betting on a fairly easy re-election bid for President Trump in 2020 against rising Democrats including Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and former first lady Michelle Obama.

The gambling site Betonline.ag puts Trump's odds at 5 to 2, the best of over a dozen potential candidates.

What's more, they aren't betting for Trump to be impeached or lose his Twitter account.

However, bettors are hedging, picking Vice President Mike Pence as their second favorite in the 2020 presidential race.

"Trump is currently a 5/2 favorite to win. Mike Pence (6/1) and Elizabeth Warren (10/1) are close behind with Michelle Obama and Bernie Sanders both sitting at 16/1 odds to win. [Sen.] Kamala Harris and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg are now listed at 20/1. [House Speaker] Paul Ryan is 28/1," the betting website told Secrets.

It added, "Will the 25th Amendment Section 4 be invoked? With odds at 5/14, bettors are backing 'no impeachment' during Trump's first term. The odds at 1/8 strongly favor him sitting in the oval office on January 1, 2018. Sorry Twitterholics -- it's a 5/1 longshot that Twitter will suspend the @realDonaldTrump account this year."

The 2020 odds are below:

  • Donald Trump 5/2
  • Michelle Obama 16/1
  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren 10/1
  • Mike Pence 6/1
  • Hillary Clinton 33/1
  • Sen. Cory Booker 20/1
  • Joe Biden 20/1
  • Sen.Bernie Sanders 16/1
  • Julian Castro 33/1
  • Speaker Paul Ryan 28/1
  • Gov. John Kasich 66/1
  • Sen. Ted Cruz 66/1
  • Kanye West 150/1
  • Will Smith 80/1
  • Mark Cuban 50/1
  • Michael Bloomberg 40/1
  • Andrew Cuomo 33/1
  • Sen. Amy Klobuchar 33/1
  • Sen. Marco Rubio 40/1
  • Stephen Colbert 66/1
  • Jon Stewart 50/1
  • Mark Zuckerberg 20/1
  • Caroline Kennedy 66/1
  • Oprah Winfrey 50/1
  • George Clooney 66/1
  • Leonardo DiCaprio 80/1
  • Bill Gates 125/1
  • Sen. Rand Paul 80/1
  • Sen. Kamala Harris 20/1
  • Dwayne The Rock Johnson 25/1
  • Gov. Terry McAuliffe 80/1

Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at pbedard@washingtonexaminer.com